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Adults with acquired brain injury at inpatient rehabilitation: discharge comparison of patient-reported outcomes at follow-up with functional status

Pamela S Roberts
Debra Ouellette
Jeffrey Wertheimer

  1. Cedars-Sinai and California Rehabilitation Institute, Los Angeles (CA), United States
  2. Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare, Ponona (CA), United States
Advances in Rehabilitation, 2024, 38(1), 43–51
Online publish date: 2024/03/27
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